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I had problems with selecting a specific engine with e 1 2 3. After selecting engine 1 it was not possible select another engine. Then

I tried 'Fix control acceleration' in FSUIPC. And that helped.

But now this problem manifest itself again in spite of having 'Fix control acceleration' enabled.

Why could this FSUIPC feature suddenly cease to function? I understand nothing.

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I had problems with selecting a specific engine with e 1 2 3. After selecting engine 1 it was not possible select another engine. Then

I tried 'Fix control acceleration' in FSUIPC. And that helped.

But now this problem manifest itself again in spite of having 'Fix control acceleration' enabled.

Why could this FSUIPC feature suddenly cease to function? I understand nothing.

It doesn't suddenly cease to function, it is simply not guaranteed to work in all cases of strange panel behaviour. All it does it disable FS's auto-acceleration when two different controls arrive. It sounds like a panel you are using is doing something involving the 1/2/3/4 engine selection.

It works fine here with all default panels and most add-on panels I've tried. If it doesn't work with a specific panel perhaps you could ask the author. He may be able to help.

An alternative method of engine selection is to use the advanced key/button programming features of FSUIPC to write the appropriate selection mask to offset 0888 using the "Offset Byte Set" control. For this you'd write 1 for Engine 1, 2 for 2, 4 for 3 and 8 for 4, 15 for all 4.

Regards,

Pete

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